Buffalo’s greatest culinary invention has done more than provide a satisfying riposte to anyone denigrating our fair city.
The chicken wing has changed the English language.
“To Buffalo” isn’t just a destination anymore – it’s a journey. It’s a verb meaning the act of transforming food with the wing power trio: cayenne hot sauce, blue cheese and chicken.
When life gives you ranch dressing, make blue cheese.
That's how "Wing King" Drew Cerza reacted to the tweet from Frank's RedHot that turned Buffalonians blue.
Cerza on Monday decided to set up National Blue Cheese Dressing Day after seeing Buffalo Twitter light up over Frank's RedHot's praise for ranch dressing as the ideal dipping sauce for "Buffalo wings."
Frank's RedHot has issued its mea Gorgonzola.
The hot-sauce maker on Monday tried to clean up the double culinary gaffe it committed on Saturday, when it sent a tweet that makes sense only if you've never set foot in Western New York:
For Buffalonians, that went over like the Sabres' "Buffaslug" logo.
Earlier today, in response to the ongoing transformation of six grain silos into a pack of Labatt Blue tall-boys, I sent out a tongue-in-cheek request on Facebook for someone to reimagine downtown's brutalist NFTA terminal as a sideways box of Cheerios. Because the internet rules, I got back these entries within minutes:
From Jon Hand:
From Mickey Harmon: